Ketubah

 

Ketubah, usually translated as “document,” actually means “it is written”. This legal marriage document belongs to the bride, a tradition that dates back thousands of years in Jewish history. After consultation with the couple, often with advice from the officiating rabbi, the text is transcribed by a professional calligrapher. Flora then creates an original paper cutout border around the text. For more information or to place an order, see Contact page.

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